Catholic Daughters of Court Our Lady of Faith present donations
Jeff Young stayed busy on the barbecue pit last Friday night at the chicken dinner fundraiser put on by First Baptist Church at the American Legion Hall to benefit the Sealy Christian Food Pantry. The new coronavirus pandemic has put a strain on the food supply the pantry distributes but they are still planning on two more distribution dates this month, on Wednesday, May 20 and 27. The pantry said they’ll be providing food to pantry clients and those affected by COVID-19 with job loss or financial issues affecting their ability to get food.
More than 400 plates of barbecue chicken were served at last Friday night’s fundraiser at the American Legion Hall that benefitted the Sealy Christian Food Pantry. Lynette Crawley made plenty of trips back and forth delivering meals to cars, as she is pictured doing.
The American Legion Hall and First Baptist Church hosted a barbecue chicken fundraiser last Friday night to benefit the Sealy Christian Food Pantry in the wake of the new coronavirus pandemic. Area residents could pay in advance or could pay at the drive-thru where they were greeted by Sealy High School students Brylie Bond (right) and Joseph Jones.
The Catholic Daughters of Court Our Lady of Faith #2607 at St. Mary's in Frydek donated to the Sealy Christian Food Pantry on Friday, May 1. Pictured, from left, are CDA Treasurer Betty Jo Mazac giving a check to Jane Gipson of the food pantry, along with CDA Regent Doris Sodolak outside the pantry. Both the Catholic Daughters and Junior Catholic Daughters said they are “happy to help the community and are concerned for the many people that the food pantry serves. Thank you, Sealy Christian Food Pantry, for all the good work you do for our citizens,” said Doris Sodolak.
The Junior Catholic Daughters of Court Our Lady of Faith #2607 at St. Mary’s in Frydek donated to the Sealy Christian Food Pantry on Friday, May 1. Pictured are CDA Treasurer Betty Jo Mazac (left) and former JCDA Leader Sandy Dornak (right) presenting Jane Gipson (center) of the food pantry with the gift. Due to a conflict, current JCDA Leader Angela Kovar was unable to attend.